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And while he does not specify exactly who he's speaking of, it would seem he's referring to the Rick Story vs. Charlie Brenneman contest that occupied the co-main event slot.
Sanchez doesn't hold back -- not one bit -- in his critique of what he witnessed:
"Watched the fights tonight was not impressed with the welterweights at all! ... I'm just saying watch the fight neither of them looked sharp in any area blue belt ground game weak GNP wrestling was nit good either ... Even the conditioning and pace were weak I'm just saying from a technical point of view. Top welterweight's??? I say not."
It's possible he's referring to the Matt Brown vs. John Howard bout that also took place on the main card. That said, the very fact that it's up for debate says it all.
Brown and Brenneman were both victorious in their fights but did so by utilizing a game plan heavy on control and light on excitement.
According to Sanchez technique was in short supply, as well.
Does the artist formerly known as "The Nightmare" have a legitimate claim here? Were Brenneman and Howard both unimpressive in their performances at UFC on Versus 4?